Sigil of the Empty Throne

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Format Legality
1v1 Commander Legal
Arena Legal
Block Constructed Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Casual Legal
Commander / EDH Legal
Commander: Rule 0 Legal
Custom Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Gladiator Legal
Highlander Legal
Historic Legal
Legacy Legal
Leviathan Legal
Limited Legal
Modern Legal
Oathbreaker Legal
Pioneer Legal
Vintage Legal

Sigil of the Empty Throne

Enchantment

Whenever you cast an enchantment spell, create a 4/4 white Angel creature token with flying.

Gidgetimer on What is the "best" way …

1 week ago

I don't know how the new list looks, but I had fun running Destiny Spinner and Sigil of the Empty Throne as win cons in enchantress. All non-land cards were enchantments, so it made Solitary Confinement easy to upkeep.

Petamine666 on Lovely

3 months ago

Okay dann hier erstmal alle Karten die ich gefunden habe, die was sein könnten:

Jukai Naturalist ist geil, wenn möglichst alle Entchantsments mindestens 1 farbloses kosten. Turn 1 könnte man dann theorethisch noch für taplands nutzen.

Kami of Transience wird genau wie Jukai Visionary und Generous Visitor momentan im Standard in Runes gespielt. wächst schnell und ist super nervig, weil er immer wieder aus dem Graveyard zurück kommt. Allerdings wären mit Ihm, Generous Visitor und Archin of Sun's Grace schon 12 Karten drin, die selber keine Entchantments sind, aber nur durch Entchantments triggern, das würde das Deck deutlich unkonsistenter machen..

God-Favored General zwar selber auch kein Entchantment, aber produziert immerhin welche und könnte so im lategame weiter trigger auslösen. Allerdings musst du ihn erstmal getappt bekommen und mit 1/1 ist er ziemlich mickrig und stirbt quasi an allem, also vermutlich eher Nichts :/

Setessan Champion Der ist dafür Bombe! Gibt es auch auf Arena, soweit ich weiß. Gleichzeitig Drawengine und wachsende Kreatur in einem. Leider leider selber kein Entchantment.

Season of Growth wäre nett, wenn du mehr Auren spielen würdest, aber ich glaube in die Richtung soll das Deck nicht gehen, oder? Falls doch ist Sentinel's Eyes ne Aura, die du wieder verwerten kannst. Manakosten beißen sich aber mit Jukai Naturalist.

Was auch noch sehr viel versprechend aussieht, ist Kruphix's Insight. Mit genug Entchantments einfach ein 3-Mana Draw three. Aber natürlich auch ab und zu weniger, vorallem wenn du viele Archons, Visitors, Kamis und Champions spielst.

Wie wäre es mit Sigil of the Empty Throne? Ist nur 1 Mana teurer als der Archon, schwerer zu removen, macht dickere Tokens und ist selbst ein Entchantment. Gibt es übrigens auch auf Arena.

Mana Bloom sieht auch interessant aus. Du brauchst den Ramp zwar nicht, aber du könntest es theorethisch jeden Turn auf 0 spielen, einfach nur um jeden Turn nen Entchantment zu casten. Allerdings wären 2 auf der Starthand tendenziell schon game over, also am besten nur 1 mal rein, wenn überhaupt.

Dann noch banishing light tauschen gegen Touch the Spirit Realm macht das gleiche, für das gleiche Mana, hat aber noch ne andere Option, mit der du deine eigene Kreatur beschützen oder nen Token günstiger killen kannst.

Cuts: Shapers Santuary ab ins Sideboard, ist zu oft ne tote Karte. Destiny Spinner auch ins Sideboard, der Effekt ist auch zu selten gut fürs Maindeck.

First Iroan Games auch raus, viel zu langsam für dein Deck, das kann deutlich explosiver sein.

All that Glitters würde ich tatsächlich auch cutten. Es kann zwar ne sehr gefährliche Karte sein, aber wie fast alle Auren hat die Karte das Problem, dass wenn dein Gegner in Reaktion darauf nen Removal für die entsprechende Kreatur hat, du einfach 2v1 getauscht hast, ohne dass die Karte was getan hat. Außerdem bietet dir Michikos Reign of Truth den gleichen Effekt (wenn auch nur 2 Turns) ohne die gleichen Risiken zu haben und macht sogar am Ende noch ne Kreatur.

Länder: Könntest Scattered Groves als tapland spielen, das kannst du im Lategame immerhin noch cyclen, wenn du keine Länder mehr brauchst. Wenn dir das die 1,50 wert ist, dann go. Fortified Village kommt potenziell untapped, vorallem mit scattered groves als anderes dualland, da es auch die subtypes hat, und kostet quasi nichts, also aufjedenfall mit bestellen.

Krom3 on Giada, Font of Hope EDH

4 months ago

Cathars is an amazing card but works well when you're able to get multiple creatures on the field a turn (especially with tokens), with Angels you're usually doing 1 or 2 due to higher CMC and white isn't the best at ramp as it is however, its definitely not a bad card and will still put in work in the deck so if it's a pet card feel free to keep it in

Also if you're gonna go anthems and add more enchantment anthems you could look into Mesa Enchantress and of course Sigil of the Empty Throne if you decide to lean heavier into enchantments as well. Smothering Tithe and Monologue Tax will also be easy adds for the ramp unless you don't own tithe that cards expensive these days lol.

Hillbillybob987 on Go-Shintai, It's ya Burfdae!

6 months ago

Crazy thought but what about Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer. I haven't seen it in anyone's list but I think has amazing potential.

The low bar assuming you have one shrine token from Go-Shintai of Life's Origin, Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer would give you one additional shrine a turn with its second ability.

Token makers like Sigil of the Empty Throne, Archon of Sun's Grace and maybe board cards Ajani's Chosen and Alela, Artful Provocateur, will make Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer even scarier turning all those tokens into shrine too.

Then on the high end you have Go-Shintai of Shared Purpose and Honden of Life's Web. You make tokens for each shrine you control then with Brudiclad, Telchor Engineer change the underwhelming 1/1 spirits into shrine allowing you to double the number of shrine you have every turn.

Finally if you really get crazy with it, add Mirror Box to allow you to make copies of a legendary permanent then copy a legendary shrine with Mythos of Illuna or Replication Technique. So now all your tokens will become copies of that shrine for an explosive, over the top combo. (I will admit doing all this is a bit too convoluted to probably be worth it, but it sounds amazing)

FounderX on What does the Fox Say?

7 months ago

Hi, just came to mind, playing against "edict" effects won't protect Light-Paws with color protection. A good idea is to include a few enchantment payoffs in the form of token makers, saccing a token won't hurt that much. Archon of Sun's Grace, Hallowed Haunting, Sigil of the Empty Throne, Ajani's Chosen or Keeper of the Accord can all produce tokens.

AstroAA on [EDH][Primer] Sythis Enchantress Prison

8 months ago

MoKuhl_EDH Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite + Nature's Revolt does not win through combat damage. It wins by animating everyone's lands and them killing them due to the -2/-2 effect of Elesh Norn. The deck is not designed to win primarily through combat damage - it can, but it is not the goal. Same with Linvala, Keeper of Silence + Nature's Revolt , it animates everyones lands, but they can no longer tap them for mana due to Linvala's effect.

This deck is not a combat-based deck - it is a deck designed to make your opponents suffer and limit their ability to play Magic. As I said previously, the only reason Sigil of the Empty Throne and Craterhoof Behemoth are there is as a backup win-con if we are unable to land any of Elesh Norn, Linvala, or Nature's Revolt.

AstroAA on [EDH][Primer] Sythis Enchantress Prison

8 months ago

MoKuhl_EDH Do you mean protecting our own win-cons? Usually if I try to establish a hard lock on the board, I do it all in one turn in order to give as few points as possible where our opponents can interrupt us. The deck generates a ton of mana through methods like Sanctum Weaver and Serra's Sanctum, so generating 12+ mana is rather easy.

Sigil of the Empty Throne is honestly just in the deck as a backup, and not meant to immediately win the game as soon as it comes out, unlike the Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite + Nature's Revolt combo. It is meant to be played and then we slowly (or quickly, depending on if we have cards like Flickering Ward ready) start to get Angel tokens and then playing something like Craterhoof Behemoth to finish our opponents off.

In order to protect these combos/cards, I run cards like Sterling Grove and Greater Auramancy to protect our permanents once they're already on board, Silence and Orim's Chant in order to interact with counterspells, and Destiny Spinner in order to completely bypass counterspells.

If you mean an opponents Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite, my method to solving the issue is not letting it be a problem in the first place - calling on Silence and Orim's Chant in order to counter the threats before they have a chance to hit the board. If they do end up hitting the board, then spot removal through Swords to Plowshares and Path to Exile are our next solution. I do not have any boardwipes in the deck because, frankly speaking, I haven't had a need to run them. Usually I can slow my opponents down enough I can win or establish a lock before they gain too much steam. If I did though, it would probably be Austere Command due to the ability to choose what we need to blow up - most of the time you would choose artifacts and creatures with CMC four or more since most of our deck is enchantments and creatures with CMC three or less.

Also, I know you said you were returning to Magic, and while I'm honored you want to copy my deck, if you're unfamiliar with how it plays it can be quite tricky. In addition, this decklist is most certainly not budget friendly. I've considered trying to make a budget version, but at the moment can't be bothered due to being busy.

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!

MoKuhl_EDH on [EDH][Primer] Sythis Enchantress Prison

8 months ago

Thanks for the fast reply! But what about the win cons with Elesh Norn, Grand Cenobite or the alternate with Sigil of the Empty Throne? Do you speculate that you will then have a removal spell ready?

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